Browsing All posts tagged under »warstories«

Warstories: Eat, Drink, and be Merry….

December 29, 2009 by

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First, I’d like to wish all readers of this blog a belated Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year.  If you celebrate something else, then I hope you had a great time doing it as well.  This time of year is always special no matter what you celebrate.  It’s time for friends, family and fun, […]

Warstories: Having a pool of characters

December 4, 2009 by

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Warstories is the name I gave to a short series of articles meant to spark discussions and advice amongst DM’s and players. With the series, I hope to tackle common problems that crop up during the game, and see how other people deal with them at their table. This is the fifth of such articles. […]

Warstories: The Game Recap

November 6, 2009 by

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Here’s a quick thing I’m sure all DM’s do in one form or another, whether it’s via email, wiki, pen and paper, or some other form:  the game recap.  In my particular case, we don’t get to game as often as most of us would like, so as game recap is a great way to […]

Warstories: Player vs. Player at the table.

October 22, 2009 by

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This is the third installment of a series titled Warstories, which consists of short post meant to inspire discussion and dialogue amongst DM’s.  Warstories deal with the many different issues that come up in a D&D game from time to time, and tend to affect Dungeon Masters in particular. I had an unfortunate situation to […]

Warstories: Large battle maps

October 16, 2009 by

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Warstories is the name I’m giving to a short series of articles meant to spark discussions and advice amongst DM’s and players.  With the series, I hope to tackle common problems that crop up during the game, and see how other people deal with them at their table.  This is the second of such articles. […]

Warstories: Second-guessing the DM

October 8, 2009 by

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“Warstories” is the name I’m giving to a series of short, quick articles that I want to do that involve DM’s sharing exactly that:  warstories from around the table.  I see it as an avenue for griping and venting and as a way to share solutions and answers to little things that may creep up […]